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review 2018-06-03 15:42
The Mercenary's Bride - Claire Delacroix

A super short and cute story.  It takes place at Inverfyre with one of the Hawk's and Aileen's children.  The premise was good, conflict believable, and the plot was interesting. However, there was no passion.  Three kisses and nothing else. If you have read the Rogues of Ravensmuir and the Jewels of Kinfairlie, then definitely read this because it goes along with both of those series.  The story would have been better if it had been longer. The curse of the novella strikes again.

A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book and my comments here are my honest opinion.

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review 2018-05-02 10:00
New Release Review! I Am Justice (Band of Sisters #1) Diana Muñoz Stewart!
I Am Justice - Diana Munoz Stewart

 

 

Justice Parish was rescued from a brutal childhood and adopted into a loving family. But the scars from her past cannot be forgotten, and she vows to protect and avenge others who haven’t escaped the cruel hands of injustice. She becomes a skilled assassin—a vigilante. Her next target: a sex-trafficking ring in the war-torn Middle East. She just needs the perfect cover to get close and take them down…

After years of witnessing the destructive nature of war, Sandesh Ross leaves the Special Forces and puts his heart and soul into founding a humanitarian group. Saving the world isn’t cheap, and when Justice walks through his door, claiming to be a PR agent who can help with donors, he thinks his prayers are answered. They’re both too busy saving the world to get involved with each other. But they might not be able to help themselves…

 

 

The Band of Sisters series is off to a great start with the first book - I Am Justice.

 

Justice and Sandesh are strong, compelling characters that easily draw readers in to their story and ensure that readers want to get to know them, they have great chemistry and a relationship that is full of intense chemistry, sizzling attraction, smoldering passion and is a very turbulent one that is full of emotional turbulence that adds depth to the characters and also has readers empathizing with them.

 

Suspense and anticipation builds throughout the story with lots of twists and turns that keeps readers on the edge of their seat while keeping the characters in a series of dangerous events during a mission that includes lots of thrills and excitement including explosions.

 

The author certainly made it easy for me to picture each and every scene of the story and she brought her characters to vivid life and while I enjoyed the story from beginning to end, I am still wondering if this series if for me, though I am not sure why, the only thing I can think of is that some of the story seems to move at a slower pace which is really surprising since there is lots of action happening (this could totally be on me and not the author), so while I recommend giving this book a try, I will have to wait until the second book to make my final judgement.

 

 

 

I Am Justice is the 1st book in the Band of Sisters series.

 

The 2nd book – I Am Grace will be available July 3, 2018.

 

I Am Justice is available in print or ebook at:

Amazon   B&N   iBooks   GPlay   BaM   IndieBound

 

Diana Munoz Stewart can be found at:

Website   Goodreads   Facebook   Twitter   G+   InstaGram   BookBub

 

 

 

 

 

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review 2018-01-07 17:02
Review: "Zero at the Bone" by Jane Seville
Zero at the Bone - Jane Seville

 

~ 5 STARS ~

 

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review 2017-11-14 12:58
Review For: The Mercenary Maidens Series
Highland Ruse: Mercenary Maidens - Book Two (The Mercenary Maidens Series) - Madeline Martin

Highland Ruse by Madeline Martin is book Two in "The Mercenary Maidens" Series. This is the story of Kaid MacLeod and Delilah Canterbury. I have read the previous book 'Highland Spy' (and Loved It!) but feel this is can easily be a standalone book if you choose to do so.
Delilah is the daughter of a poor family with about 15 kids. When Delilah is sent off to Court to work in King James household she is happy to do so. Then she catches King James's eye and they have a passionate night together where Delilah thinks it will lead to a better standing with him. But King James kicks just treats her as a one night stand. So when Delilah is approached to go to Scotland to become a Spy, Delilah goes forward to do so. Delilah knows there is no life left for her at the court after what she did with the King. After Delilah's training she is sent on a mission alone to act as Lady Elizabeth Seymour who is to marry in to the MacKenzie Clan, Delilah is to be the decoy.
Kaid's enemy is Laird MacKenzie who has all but destroyed Kaid's clan. Laird MacKenzie is an evil man and Kaid just wants peace and for his clan to heal. So he thinks to take Laird MacKenzie betrothed, Elizabeth Seymour to help achieve that goal. Kaid and Delilah's feelings instantly start to grow but what will happen with the truth comes out about Delilah and her mission.
I just loved their exciting story! Ms. Martin is always a 'must go to' author...her books always leave you wanting more of her stories!
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review 2017-11-09 00:00
Mercenary
Mercenary - Jon Kiln Fairly standard fantasy, with few surprises.
Starts straight in the action, as a princess is trying to escape when her uncle decides to take over the kingdom.
It's pretty much one chase scene after another, and they conveniently seem to meet someone helpful at each point, until there's quite a crowd trying to get the princess to a safe place.

There's not much in the way of character or plot development, but the story moves along at a good pace (ending seems a bit rushed), and it's a quick read.

This is book 1 of 5, and the ending doesn't really resolve anything, so will see if book 2 improves things.
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